Use this time to begin exploring the Wesleyan curriculum through WesMaps, Wesleyan’s online curriculum, and Wesvising, as a course selection advising tool. It is a site developed by faculty members in the different departments, programs, and colleges to inform incoming students about their disciplines and the courses they offer. Most departments have videos and all … Read moreWesvising, a departmental advising tool for the curricular exploration
EXPLORE Your Interests and the Wesleyan Curriculum! Professor Andrew Szegedy-Maszak, Professor of Classical Studies, Jane A. Seney Professor of Greek, urges first-year students to extend themselves beyond the typical high school subjects: Now that you are starting to think about the courses you would like to take, you should remember a couple of things. This … Read moreProfessor’s Advice: EXPLORE the Wes Curriculum!
On July 10 at 9 a.m., course pre-registration for the Fall semester will open! Woo hoo! There will be a pre-reg link in the alert box of your Wesportal. The upper frame will open in WesMaps, the online curriculum, and the bottom frame will be where you will rank a list of seven first-year seminars … Read moreCourse Pre-registration — July 10!
June 2017 Catch a Learning & Living Seminar–ENGL150-02, PHIL281-01, RELI230-01–by applying before Thursday, June 29 at 5 p.m. These are three of the many First Year Seminars offered, but these are the only three where classmates will be housed in the same residential hall. The living proximity provides the opportunity for greater intellectual community and collaboration outside … Read moreDeadline to Get a Learning & Living Seminar! Form due tomorrow, June 29
June 2017 First-year seminars are writing intensive courses that introduce students to a variety of topics ranging from Greek myth to neuroscience. Some treat a specific religion (e.g., Islam or Buddhism); others provide a sweeping introduction into an interdisciplinary area of study that may be new to first-year students (e.g., science in society). All … Read moreFirst Year Seminars